2017 NSP Award Winners

2017 Junior Professional Award Recipients

Recipients must have been employed using SAS in a job three years or less at the start of the conference. Recipients may receive the award a maximum of two years. To be eligible for the second year, recipients must submit an abstract and be selected for an oral or poster presentation. This award includes complimentary registration for the conference and a half-day seminar class.
In 2017 the New SAS Professional Award program was known as the Junior Professional Award program.

Nadira Babaeva
SynteractHCR, Inc., Carlsbad, CA
Minimize PROC REPORT Time and Maximize Your Beach Time

Kacie Blackman
Los Angeles County, Los Angeles, CA

Hannah Brosnan
San Francisco Department of Public Health, San Francisco, CA

Michelle Devost
Los Angeles LGBT Center, Los Angeles, CA

Diana Do
American Specialty Health, San Diego, CA

Alejandro Esquivel
Naval Health Research Center, San Diego, CA

Toni Rose Geronimo
Henry M. Jackson Foundation, San Diego, CA

James Joseph
PAREXEL, Los Angeles, CA

Kevin Kim
SynteractHCR, Inc., Carlsbad, CA

Constance Lau
University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA

Johnny Lin
UCLA Office of Information Technology, Los Angeles, CA

Melissa Navarro
Leidos, San Diego, CA
An Intro to PROC SQL: Simple & Complex Queries

Rachel Perry
Arizona Department of Health Services, Phoenix, AZ

Lingjiao Qi
SynteractHCR, Inc., Carlsbad, CA

Marjorie Richardson
County of San Diego, San Diego, CA

Kimberly Roenfeldt
Naval Health Research Center Department of Military Population Health, San Diego, CA

David Selevan
Kaiser Permanente, Pasadena, CA

Matthew Slaughter
Kaiser Permanente Center for Health Research, Portland, OR
Sending Text Messages from SAS®

Michael Williams
ICON Clinical Research, San Diego, CA
A Method for Simultaneously Programming Mock and Computed Tables